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Tovihoto seeks public support for development

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By Livine Khrozhoh Updated: Sep 03, 2022 10:15 pm
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Tovihoto Ayemi speaking at the inauguration of Dr. Haralu Colony gate-cum-transformer in Dimapur on Saturday.

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Dimapur, Sep. 3 (EMN): Advisor of Power department, Tovihoto Ayemi, has sought the support and cooperation of the public towards the agencies and government in order to implement developmental work at ground level.

Speaking at the inauguration of welcome gate-cum-transformer at Dr. Haralu Colony, Burma Camp, on Saturday, Tovihoto stated that colony gate has become an integral part of the Naga culture, which also signifies their identity. He appreciated the residents for the prevailing unity in the colony.

Terming development as a continuous process, he stated that it would take place gradually. Pointing out involvement of technical limitations, he stated that development would not happen overnight but gradually takes place.

He stated that the UDA government under the leadership of the chief minister has given instructions that development work should not be delayed.

“Therefore, keeping in mind the instructions given by Chief Minister we have been working for the welfare of the people,” Tovihoto said.

He also encouraged everyone to work together and make Dimapur a better city. He also advised to continue encouraging and helping one another irrespective of the different communities living together in the colony.

While all political parties have their own manifesto for the people, he opined that all the parties should work together for the growth of the constituency.

The dedicatory prayer was said by Rev. Peuhau N Hau, while a brief history of Dr. Haralu Colony was delivered by GK Rengma, vice president of Naga Council Dimapur. Songs were presented by Mary Merry Chetri and Visakholie Angami, while the programme concluded with a vote of thanks delivered by the colony chairman, Kenei Sekhose.

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By Livine Khrozhoh Updated: Sep 03, 2022 10:15:50 pm
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